Dipropylene glycol produced skin irritation in volunteers and was a mild skin and eye irritant in rabbits. Repeated applications of dilute solutions did not induce skin sensitization in volunteers. Dipropylene glycol was of low acute oral and dermal toxicity in laboratory animals. Oral administration induced central nervous system effects and kidney, liver, lung and spleen damage in rats and, to a lesser extent, in dogs. No information was identified on reproductive toxicity.

Date of Publication: 1991

Number of Pages: 4

CAS Number*: 25265-71-8


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